Engulfing Las Vegas in a bloody tragedy that has left this city shocked and weeping, the mass shooting Sunday night at the Route 91 Harvest Festival near Mandalay Bay also has shaken local performers, personalities and entertainment executives, who reflected on its effect on them and the possible repercussions for the entertainment scene.
The race is scheduled to take place Nov. 11-12 on the Las Vegas Strip.
The deadliest shooting in U.S. history will force the nation’s hotel industry to rethink security procedures, but there may be little new they can do now to prevent such events.
The horror of the murderous attack in Las Vegas Sunday night was similar in many ways to the incident it supplanted as the worst mass shooting in history in the family tourism mecca of Orlando, Florida, on June 12, 2016.
Security concerns heightened by the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip have prompted organizers of weekend events in Southern Nevada to consider whether to proceed as planned or opt for cancellation or postponement.
Clark County School District cancels after-school sports and activities, makes counselors available at all campuses.
UNLV students expressed widespread disappointment on social media Monday after learning that the campus would be open and classes would be in session following the deadliest mass shooting in history.
Vegas concert promoters weigh in on how the industry might be impacted locally in the wake of the Route 91 Harvest tragedy.
In what is becoming an all-too-familiar ritual, TV networks and Hollywood studios scrambled Monday to react to a mass shooting.
Shares of major U.S. casino operators fell Monday after a gunman shot dead at least 59 people and injured more than 500 in Las Vegas, the largest mass shooting in U.S. history.